Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Blood Rites (The Dresden Files #6) by Jim Butcher

Blood Rites (The Dresden Files, #6)Blood Rites by Jim Butcher

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


The Barnes & Noble Review
Blood Rites, the sixth book in Jim Butcher's Dresden Files (Storm Front, Fool Moon, Grave Peril, et al.) pits Harry Dresden -- a Chicago detective who happens to be a powerful wizard -- against a mysterious killer who is systematically targeting people working on an X-rated movie set.

When an unlikely acquaintance of Harry's -- a self-absorbed vampire named Thomas -- asks him as a favor to help out a friend, Harry is compelled to agree. The friend, Arturo Genosa, is a motion picture producer in the process of starting his own adult entertainment company. But someone, or something, doesn't want him to succeed. One by one, his employees are dying incredibly gruesome and seemingly accidental deaths. Harry, posing as a production assistant, investigates.

What he uncovers is pure evil. Someone is ritualistically killing members of Genosa's staff with a powerful magic curse that involves raising a demon. As Harry digs deeper, he finds himself in the middle of a deadly vampiric civil war that not only puts his life in danger but also risks the lives of hundreds of innocents. Further probing leads Harry to some jaw-dropping insights, both about the vampires and about himself.


Excellent story in the life of Harry Dresden, professional wizard. Loved getting to know Thomas a bit more since I liked him in previous books. Thinking I like the path that Harry and Murphy seem to be headed down and enjoyed the story in general. Love this series and look forward to reading more soon.

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